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Birthday Cake Card Surprise

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A fun card to make and give, the surprise is on the inside! Pop up cards are a great paper craft and a super way to offer a special greeting.



Pop up cake

Time: 15 minutes (plus drying time for paint and glue)
Age: 5-10's, Over 10's
Level: Medium

Materials
Birthday card template (see Method)
Card stock or other thick paper
Glue
Paint, felt pen and glitter

Method
Go to pop up cake for the template and detailed folding instructions for the card.
Print out your template on heavy paper or card stock.



pattern

Cut out the cake and the candles.
Fold your candles and cake according to the directions.
Paint and/or decorate the candles and cake. Allow to dry. Fold and the candles and cake again as the paint and glitter makes the paper a bit stiff.



Pop up cake

Decorate the outside of your card if you wish.



Pop up cake
Simple wave shapes in different colours decorate but do not detract from the inside surprise!

Glue your candles and cake to the inside of your card. Allow the glue to dry and then carefully fold in the candles and cake. After a couple of times opening and closing, the paper will loosen and the cake and candles will "pop up" easily.
Write in a message for that special person and surprise them with their own pop up card!

Check out this robot birthday pop up card or another easy birthday cake pop up card!

Categories
#Pop Up
#Paper Craft
#Birthday Card
#Greeting Card
#Medium
#5-10's
#Over 10's
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